March 3 at 11:00AM Easter | Delving Deeper: Mining in the Egyptian Eastern Desert (Public ISAW Lecture)
January 27-28: Arizona State University and livestreamed
This symposium will invite scholars and poets to examine the ways race can, should, and/or does function within poetic paradigms. Along with one of our distinguished speakers, Fred Moten, we ponder "the question of how we can read the poem is redoubled now. Now, how can we read this poem?"
The Society of Fellows and Heyman Center for the Humanities at Columbia University
Moses Hadas and Historical Black Colleges and Universities - Classics, Racism, Segregation, featuring Rachel Hadas, Roosevelt Montás, and Dan-el Padilla Peralta
Wednesday, January 25, 6:10-8:00PM, EST
A virtual event
Fact&Fiction: Deceptive Discourse in Ancient Epic
5-6 April 2024, University of Toronto
Preparing Graduate Students in Classical Studies for Pedagogical Effectiveness
A Zoom panel sponsored and hosted by SCS and the Committee on College and University Education.
Wednesday, February 15, 2023; 7:30pm EST.
Pachanga Latina: A Hispanic / Latinx Faculty and Grad Student meet and greet at the AIA/SCS annual meeting
When: Saturday January 7, 7pm
Where: Pluck Wine Bar, 722 Girod St, New Orleans
Food and drink while supplies last, courtesy of the University of Texas at Austin
From Luca Grillo and Tony Corbeill
We wish to share the program of the first USA Cicero Awayday, to be held at the University of Virginia on Saturday, April 22, and organized by Tony Corbeill (UVA) and Luca Grillo (Notre Dame).
The event is modeled after the UK Cicero Awayday. With permission (and encouragement!) from our UK colleagues, we wish to promote a day of conviviality and conversation about Cicero from scholars with different interests, approaches and at different stages in their career.
TAPA editorial team table
Date: Friday, January 6, 2023
Time: 10:30-12pm CST
Applications are now open for a National Endowment for the Humanities Institute for Higher Education Faculty on "The Performance of Roman Comedy," co-directed by T. H. M. Gellar-Goad and Christopher B. Polt. The Institute takes place July 9–August 4, 2023, on the campus of Boston College. Application deadline is 11:59pm Eastern on March 3, 2023. For more information, to see eligibility criteria, and to apply, visit:
"Classical Traditions in Early Modern Latin America" A Special Visit to Tulane University's Latin American Library
"Classical Traditions in Early Modern Latin America"